First semester 2016-2017: the seminar will be held on Thursdays at 2pm in Ag. 1.01 (Seminar Room).
Sept. 22: Robert Osburn (UCD), "Sequences, modular forms and cellular integrals".
Sept. 29: Richard Ellard (UCD), "Diagonal elements in the nonnegative inverse eigenvalue problem".
Oct. 6: Thomas Unger (UCD), "Sums of squares and positivity in algebras with involution".
Oct. 13: Vincent Astier (UCD), "Positive cones on algebras with involution".
Oct. 27: Oliver Mason (NUIM), "Diagonal and D-stability for switched and time-delay systems".
James O'Shea (NUIM), "Group forms, round forms and Pfister multiples".
Larry Rolen (TCD), "Divisors of modular forms".
Nov. 17: Jeremy Lovejoy (Paris 7), "Torus knots and quantum modular forms".
Spela Spenko (University of Edinburgh), "The length of a generic vector subspace of M_n(F)".
Kevin Hutchinson (UCD), "The low-dimensional homology of SL_2 of S-integers".
Feb. 9: Alberto Fernandez-Boix (Ben-Gurion), "An algorithm for producing differential operators in prime characteristic".
Feb. 16: Stiofain Fordham (UCD), "On the Dwork cohomology of two classes of exponential sums".
Graham Ellis (NUIG), "Topological data analysis" (cancelled).
Sander Zwegers (Cologne), "Indefinite theta functions".
March 9: Eimear Byrne (UCD), "Puncturing and shortening of rank metric codes".
Mark Dukes (UCD), "Web diagrams: a combinatorial construct combining graphs and permutations".
Igor Klep (Auckland), "Positive polynomials and the universal Procesi-Schacher conjecture".
April 6: Polona Oblak (Ljubljana), "The maximum of the minimal
multiplicity of eigenvalues of symmetric matrices whose pattern is
constrained by a graph".
April 13: Emrah Sercan Yilmaz (UCD), "The number of irreducible polynomials with prescribed coefficients over finite fields".
Clement Dupont (Montpellier), "Linear forms in zeta values and mixed Tate motives".
Helena Smigoc (UCD), "From positive matrices to positive polynomial coefficients".
*May 10: Roozbeh Hazrat (Western Sydney University), "Leavitt path algebras".
*Special day and time